Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Program

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Program
Awarded for Outstanding Children's Program
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1950
Currently held by Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas (2017)
Website emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Program is presented to television programming aimed towards children in any format. Series, specials and non-fiction programming are all eligible for the award.[1] Prior to 1974, both daytime and primetime programming was eligible. However, once the Daytime Emmy Awards were formed, only primetime television remained eligible.

Winners and nominations[edit]

  indicates the winner

1950s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
1950
(2nd)
Time for Beany KTLA
Cyclone Malone KNBH
Kukla, Fran and Ollie
1951
(3rd)
Time for Beany KTLA
The Cisco Kid KNBH
Jump Jump KTTV
Kukla, Fran and Ollie NBC
The Lone Ranger KTLA
1953
(5th)
Time for Beany KTLA
Big Top CBS
Gabby Hayes NBC
The Howdy Doody Show
Kukla, Fran and Ollie
Super Circus
Zoo Parade
1954
(6th)
Kukla, Fran and Ollie NBC
Big Top CBS
Ding Dong School NBC
Super Circus
Zoo Parade
1955
(7th)
Lassie CBS
Art Linkletter and the Kids Syndicated
Ding Dong School NBC
Kukla, Fran and Ollie ABC
Time for Beany Syndicated
Zoo Parade NBC
1956
(8th)
Lassie CBS
Ding Dong School NBC
The Howdy Doody Show
Kukla, Fran and Ollie ABC
The Mickey Mouse Club
The Pinky Lee Show NBC

1960s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
1960
(12th)
Huckleberry Hound Syndicated
Captain Kangaroo CBS
Lassie
Quick Draw McGraw Syndicated
Watch Mr. Wizard NBC
1961
(13th)
Young People's Concert CBS
Captain Kangaroo CBS
Huckleberry Hound Syndicated
The Shari Lewis Show NBC
The Shirley Temple Show
1962
(14th)
New York Philharmonic Young People's Concerts with Leonard Bernstein CBS
Captain Kangaroo CBS
1, 2, 3 Go! NBC
The Shari Lewis Show
Update
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color
1963
(15th)
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color NBC
Captain Kangaroo CBS
Discovery ABC
Mr. Wizard NBC
The Shari Lewis Show
Update
1964
(16th)[2]
Discovery '63-'64 ABC
Exploring NBC
NBC Children's Theatre
Science All Stars ABC
Wild Kingdom NBC
1966
(18th)[3]
A Charlie Brown Christmas Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, producers CBS
Captain Kangaroo Al Hyslop, producer CBS
Discovery Jules Power, executive producer ABC
NBC Children's Theatre
"The World of Stuart Little"
George A. Heinemann, producer NBC
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color Walt Disney and Ron W. Miller, executive producers
1967
(19th)[4]
Jack and the Beanstalk Gene Kelly, producer CBS
Charlie Brown's All Stars! Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, producers CBS
Discovery '66-'67 Jules Power, executive producer ABC
It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, producers CBS
1968
(20th)[5]
He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown [note 1] Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, producers CBS
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Fred Rogers, producer NET
You're in Love, Charlie Brown Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, producers CBS
1968
Individuals
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood [note 1] Fred Rogers, host NET
1969
(21st)[6]
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood [note 1] Fred Rogers, producer NET
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color Ron W. Miller, executive producer NBC
1969
(21st)
Individuals
Captain Kangaroo [note 1] Bob Keeshan, performer CBS
NBC Children's Theatre
"The Reluctant Dragon"
Burr Tillstrom, performer NBC

1970s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
1970
(22nd)[7]
Sesame Street David Connell, executive producer; Sam Gibbon, Jon Stone and Lutrelle Horne, producers NET
The Wonderful World of Disney Ron W. Miller, executive producer NBC
1970
Individuals
Sesame Street David Connell, Bruce Hart, Carole Hart, Jerry Juhl, Jeff Moss, Virginia Schone, Ray Sipherd, Jon Stone and Dan Wilcox, writers NET
Joe Raposo and Jeff Moss, music and lyrics for "This Way to Sesame Street"
Kukla, Fran and Ollie Michael Loewenstein, scenic designer NET
1971
(23rd)[8]
Sesame Street David Connell, executive producer; Jon Stone and Lutrelle Horne, producers PBS
Kukla, Fran and Ollie John J. Sommers and Richard Carter, executive producers PBS
1971
Individuals
Kukla, Fran and Ollie Burr Tillstrom, performer PBS
Sesame Street George Riesenberger, lighting director PBS
1972
(24th)[9]
Sesame Street David Connell, executive producer; Jon Stone, producer PBS
The Electric Company David Connell, executive producer; Samuel Y. Gibbon, producer PBS
1972
Individuals
Play It Again, Charlie Brown [note 1] John Scott Trotter, music director CBS
Sesame Street George Riesenberger, lighting director PBS
1973
(25th)
Informational / Factual
ABC Afterschool Special
"Last of the Curlews"
William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, producers ABC
A Picture of Us Shari Lewis, host NBC
ABC Afterschool Special
"Last of the Curlews"
Jameson Brewer, writer ABC
In the News Joel Heller, executive producer; Pat Lynch and Judy Reemstsma, producers CBS
Make a Wish Lester Cooper, executive producer; Tom Bywaters, producer ABC
1973
(25th)
Entertainment / Fictional
The Electric Company Tom Whedon, John Boni, Sara Compton, Tom Dunsmuir, Thad Mumford, Jeremy Stevens and Jim Thurman, writers PBS
Sesame Street Jon Stone, executive producer; Robert Cunniff, producer
Zoom Christopher Sarson, producer
The Electric Company Henry Behar, director PBS
Samuel Y. Gibbon and David Connell, executive producers; Andy Ferguson, producer
Sesame Street Robert Myhrum, director
Joe Raposo, music director
You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown Charles M. Schulz, writer CBS
1974
(26th)[10]
Marlo Thomas and Friends in Free to Be... You and Me Marlo Thomas, producer/star; Carole Hart, producer ABC
The Borrowers Duane Bogie, executive producer; Walt deFaria and Warren Lockhart, producers NBC
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, producers CBS
1974
(26th)
Individuals
The Borrowers Bill Zaharuk, art director; Peter Razmofsky, set decorator NBC
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Charles M. Schulz, writer CBS
The Borrowers Judith Anderson, actress NBC
Juul Haalmeyer, costume designer
Walter C. Miller, director
Marlo Thomas and Friends in Free to Be... You and Me Bill Davis, director ABC
1975
(27th)[11]
Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus Burt Rosen, executive producer; Bill Melendez and Mort Green, producers ABC
Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown Lee Mendelson, executive producer; Bill Melendez, producer CBS
Dr. Seuss' The Hoober-Bloob Highway David H. DePatie, executive producer; Friz Freleng and Dr. Seuss, producers
It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown Lee Mendelson, executive producer; Bill Melendez, producer
1976
(28th)[12]
Huckleberry Finn Steven North, producer ABC
You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown Lee Mendelson, executive producer; Bill Melendez, producer CBS
1977
(29th)[13]
Ballet Shoes John McRae and Joan Sullivan, producers PBS
Hallmark Hall of Fame
"Peter Pan"
Gary Smith and Dwight Hemion, executive producers NBC
It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown Lee Mendelson, executive producer; Bill Melendez, producer CBS
The Little Drummer Boy Book II Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass, producers NBC
Pinocchio Bernard Rothman and Jack Wohl, producers CBS
1977
(29th)
Individuals
Hallmark Hall of Fame
"Peter Pan"
Jenn de Joux and Elizabeth Savel, video animation NBC
Pinocchio Jerry Greene, video tape editor CBS
Bill Hargate, costume designer
The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People
"New York Philharmonic Young People's Concert: Making Pictures with Music"
Michael Tilson Thomas, music director CBS
Pinocchio Stan Winston, Larry Abbott and Edwin Butterworth, makeup
1978
(30th)[14]
Halloween Is Grinch Night David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng, executive producers; Dr. Seuss, producer ABC
The Fat Albert Christmas Special Lou Scheimer and Norm Prescott, producers CBS
Once Upon a Brothers Grimm Jay Rayvid, executive producer; Shep Greene and Chiz Schultz, producers
Once Upon a Classic
"A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"
Bernard Rothman and Jack Wohl, producers PBS
Peter Lundy and the Medicine Hat Stallion Ed Friendly, producer NBC
1978
(30th)
Individuals
Once Upon a Brothers Grimm Bill Hargate, costume designer CBS
Ken Johnson, art director; Robert Checchi, set decorator
Once Upon a Brothers Grimm Jerry Greene, video tape editor CBS
Tommy Cole, Larry Abbott and Michael Westmore, makeup
Once Upon a Classic
"A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"
Nicholas Spies and Bob Millslagle, video tape editors PBS
1979
(31st)[15]
Christmas Eve on Sesame Street Jon Stone, executive producer; Dulcy Singer, producer PBS
Benji's Very Own Christmas Story Joe Camp, producer ABC
Once Upon a Classic Jay Rayvid, executive producer; James A. DeVinney and Graeme MacDonald, producers PBS
A Special Sesame Street Christmas Bob Banner, executive producer; Stephen Pouliot, producer CBS
1979
Individuals
Christmas Eve on Sesame Street [note 1] Gerri Brioso, graphic artist PBS
Tony Di Girolamo and Dave Clark, lighting directors

1980s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
1980
(32nd)[16]
Benji at Work Joe Camp, executive producer; Fielder Baker, producer ABC
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't Richard Barclay, executive producer; Gaby Monet, producer ABC
Sesame Street in Puerto Rico Al Hyslop, executive producer; Michael Cozell, producer PBS
1980
(32nd)
Individuals
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't Bob O'Bradovich, makeup ABC
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't Arthur Ginsberg, film editor ABC
Mariette Hartley, performer
Sesame Street in Puerto Rico Ozzie Alfonso, director PBS
Nat Mongioi, art director
1981
(33rd)[17]
Donahue and Kids Walter Bartlett, executive producer; Don Mischer, producer; Jan Cornell, co-producer NBC
The Wonderful World of Disney
"The Art of Disney Animation"
William Robert Yates, executive producer; Bob King, Phil May and William Reid, producers NBC
Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas David Lazer, executive producer; Jim Henson, producer ABC
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Charles Sellier, executive producer; James L. Conway, producer NBC
Paddington Bear Pepper Weiss, executive producer; Renate Cole and Graham Clutterbuck, producers PBS
1981
(33rd)
Individuals
Donahue and Kids [note 1] Don Mischer, director NBC
Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas Calista Hendrickson and Sherry Ammott, costume designers ABC
Paul Williams, composer/lyricist for "When the River Meets the Sea"
Tom Wright, lighting
The Girl on the Edge of Town Patty Duke, performer Syndicated
1982
(34th)[18]
The Wave Virginia L. Carter, executive producer; Fern Field, producer ABC
Alice at the Palace Joseph Papp, producer NBC
The Electric Grandmother Linda Gottlieb, executive producer; Doro Bachrach, producer
Please Don't Hit Me, Mom Virginia L. Carter, executive producer; Fern Field, producer ABC
Through the Magic Pyramid Ron Howard, executive producer; Rance Howard and Herbert Wright, producers NBC
1982
(34th)
Individuals
Alice at the Palace Ralph Holmes, lighting designer NBC
Alice at the Palace Theoni V. Aldredge, costume designer NBC
Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn Byron "Buzz" Brandt, film editor CBS
Albert Heschong, art director; Warren Welch, set decorator
Keith A. Wester, Robert W. Glass Jr., William A. Nicholson and Howard Wilmarth, sound mixing
1983
(35th)[19]
Big Bird in China Jon Stone, executive producer; Kuo Bao-Xiang, Xu Ja-Cha and David Liu, producers NBC
Grandpa, Will You Run with Me? Ken Ehrlich, producer NBC
Skeezer Bill McCutchen, executive producer; Lee Levinson, producer
The Snow Queen: A Skating Ballet Greg Harney, executive producer; Bernice Olenick, producer PBS
1984
(36th)[20]
He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin' Edgar J. Scherick and Scott Rudin, executive producers; Emile Ardolino, producer; Judy Kinberg, co-producer NBC
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever Merrill H. Karpf, executive producer; George Schaefer, producer ABC
Don't Eat the Pictures: Sesame Street at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Dulcy Singer, executive producer; Lisa Simon, Arlene Sherman and Tony Geiss, producers PBS
1985
(37th)[21]
American Playhouse
"Displaced Person"
Allison Maher, Barry Solomon, Rick Traum and Patrick Lynch, executive producers; Patrick Dromgoole, supervising executive producer; Barry Levinson, producer PBS
The Ewok Adventure George Lucas, executive producer; Thomas G. Smith, producer ABC
The Night They Saved Christmas Robert Halmi Jr., Jack Haley Jr. and David Niven Jr., executive producers; Robert Halmi Sr., supervising producer; David Kappes, producer
Punky Brewster David W. Duclon, executive producer; Gary Menteer, supervising producer; Rick Hawkins and Liz Sage, producers NBC
Reading Rainbow Twila Liggett and Tony Buttino, executive producers; Cecily Truett and Larry Lancit, producers PBS
1986
(38th)[22]
WonderWorks
"Anne of Green Gables"
Kevin Sullivan and Lee Polk, executive producers; Ian McDougall, producer PBS
The Disney Sunday Movie
"The Girl Who Spelled Freedom"
Judith A. Polone, executive producer; R. W. Goodwin, producer; Christopher Knopf and David A. Simons, co-producers ABC
Ewoks: The Battle for Endor George Lucas, executive producer; Thomas G. Smith, producer
The 116th Edition of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Kenneth Feld, executive producer; Steve Binder, producer CBS
Punky Brewster David W. Duclon, executive producer; Gary Menteer, supervising producer; Rick Hawkins, producer NBC
1987
(39th)[23]
Jim Henson's The Storyteller
"Hans My Hedgehog"
Jim Henson, executive producer; Mark Shivas, producer NBC
The Disney Sunday Movie
"Young Harry Houdini"
Susan B. Landau, executive producer; James Orr and Jim Cruickshank, producers ABC
Great Moments in Disney Animation Andrew Solt and Jim Milio, executive producers; Susan F. Walker, supervising producer; Mark Hufnail and Phil Savenick, co-producers
Jim Henson's The Christmas Toy Diana Birkenfield, executive producer; Jim Henson and Martin G. Baker, producers
WonderWorks
"Walk on Air"
Phylis Geller and Lee Polk, executive producers; Ricki Franklin, producer PBS
1988
(40th)[24]
Hallmark Hall of Fame
"The Secret Garden"
Norman Rosemont, executive producer; Steve Lanning, producer CBS
Jim Henson's A Muppet Family Christmas Jim Henson, executive producer; Diana Birkenfield, producer; Martin G. Baker, co-producer ABC
Jim Henson's The Storyteller
"The Luckchild"
Jim Henson, executive producer; Duncan Kenworthy, producer NBC
Jim Henson's The Storyteller
"A Short Story"
Shelley Duvall's Tall Tales & Legends Shelley Duvall, executive producer; Bridget Terry and Fred Fuchs, producers Showtime
1989
(41st)[25]
Free to Be... a Family Marlo Thomas, Christopher Cerf, Robert Dalrymple, Leonid Zolotarevsky and Igor Menzelintsev, executive producers; Vern Calhoun, co-producer ABC
I Have AIDS — A Teenager's Story: A 3-2-1 Contact Extra Al Hyslop, executive producer; Susan Schwartz, producer PBS
The Jim Henson Hour Jim Henson, executive producer; Duncan Kenworthy, producer/storyteller; Lawrence S. Mirkin, producer; Jerry Juhl and Martin G. Baker, co-producers NBC
WonderWorks
"The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"
Paul Stone, executive producer; Jay Rayvid, senior executive producer for WonderWorks; Dale Bell, executive producer for WonderWorks PBS
WonderWorks
"Young Charlie Chaplin"
Alan Horrox, executive producer; Jay Rayvid, senior executive producer for WonderWorks; Dale Bell, executive producer for WonderWorks; Colin Shindler, producer

1990s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
1990
(42nd)[26]
A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story Ted Field and Robert W. Cort, executive producers; Patricia Clifford and Kate Wright, co-executive producers; Richard L. O'Connor, producer; Chet Walker, co-producer NBC
All Creatures Great and Small Bill Sellars, producer A&E
The Jim Henson Hour
"The Song of the Cloud Forest"
Jim Henson, executive producer; Lawrence S. Mirkin, producer; Jerry Juhl, Martin G. Baker and Ritamarie Peruggi, co-producers NBC
A Yabba-Dabba-Doo Celebration! 50 Years of Hanna-Barbera Joseph Barbera and William Hanna, executive producers;, Bruce Johnson, co-executive producer; Marshall Flaum, producer TNT
You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown Lee Mendelson, producer CBS
1991
(43rd)[27]
You Can't Go Home Again: A 3-2-1 Contact Extra Anne MacLeod, executive producer; Tom Cammisa, producer PBS
Avonlea Trudy Grant and Kevin Sullivan, executive producers Disney Channel
Earth to Kids: A Guide to Products for a Healthy Planet Carole Rosen and Joyce H. Newman, executive producers; Aram Boyajian, producer; Susan Markowitz, co-producer; Betsy Howie, coordinating producer HBO
Newton's Apple James Steinbach, executive producer; Richard Hudson, series producer; Kaye Zusmann, coordinating producer PBS
What's Up Doc? A Salute to Bugs Bunny Carl H. Lindahl, producer TNT
1992
(44th)[28]
Mark Twain and Me Geoffrey Cowan and Julian Fowles, executive producers; Daniel Petrie, producer Disney Channel
ABC Afterschool Special
"In the Shadow of Love: A Teen AIDS Story"
Judith Stoia, executive producer; Lisa Schmid, producer PBS
Avonlea Trudy Grant and Kevin Sullivan, executive producers Disney Channel
What Kids Want to Know About Sex and Growing Up: A 3-2-1 Contact Extra Anne MacLeod, executive producer; Terri Randall, producer PBS
Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too Ken Kessel, supervising producer; Jamie Mitchell, Paul and Gaëtan Brizzi, producers ABC
1993
(45th)[29]
Avonlea Trudy Grant and Kevin Sullivan, executive producers; Brian Leslie Parker, line producer Disney Channel
Beethoven Lives Upstairs Terence Robinson, executive producer; David Devine and Richard Mozer, producers HBO
Brainstorm: The Truth About Your Brain on Drugs: A 3-2-1 Contact Extra Anne MacLeod, executive producer; Karen Katz, producer PBS
Dance in America: American Indian Dance Theatre Barbara Schwei and Hanay Geiogamah, producers
Peter, Paul & Mommy, Too Bob Glover and Ken Fritz, executive producers; Martha Hertzberg, co-executive producer; Laurie Donnelly, producer; William Cosel, co-producer
1994
(46th)[30]
CBS Schoolbreak Special
"Kids Killing Kids / Kids Saving Kids"
Arnold Shapiro, executive producer; David J. Eagle and Kerry Neal, producers; Norman Marcus and Michael Killen, co-producers CBS
Avonlea Trudy Grant and Kevin Sullivan, executive producers; Nicholas J. Gray, line producer Disney Channel
Clarissa Explains It All Mitchell Kriegman, executive producer; Chris Gifford, producer; Neena Beber, co-producer Nickelodeon
Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration Arlene Sherman, executive producer PBS
Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever! Andrew Solt, executive producer; Marjorie Kalins and Franklin Getchel, co-executive producers; Greg Vines, supervising producer; Joel Lipman, coordinating producer; Victoria Strong and Marc Sachnoff, producers; Emily Squires, co-producer ABC
1995
(47th)[31]
The World Wildlife Fund Presents "Going, Going, Almost Gone! Animals in Danger" Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Carole Rosen, senior producer; Ellen Goosenberg Kent, producer; Amy Schatz, co-producer HBO
Avonlea Trudy Grant and Kevin Sullivan, executive producers Disney Channel
In Search of Dr. Seuss Joni Levin, producer TNT
Lamb Chop and the Haunted Studio Shari Lewis and Jon Slan, executive producers; Richard Borchiver, co-executive producer; Bernard Rothman, producer; Jack McAdam, co-producer PBS
Smart Kids John Walsh and Lance Heflin, executive producers; Jay A. Bakerink and Mitchel C. Resnick, producers Fox
1996
(48th)[32]
Peter and the Wolf George Daugherty, executive producer; David Ka Lik Wong, co-executive producer; Linda Jones Clough and Adrian Workman, producers; Christine Losecaat, co-producer ABC
Avonlea Trudy Grant and Kevin Sullivan, executive producers Disney Channel
LeVar Burton Presents — A Reading Rainbow Special: Act Against Violence Tony Buttino and LeVar Burton, executive producers; Twila Liggett, Cecily Truett, Larry Lancit, Orly Berger-Wiseman, Robin Fogelman, Mark Mannucci, Stacey Raider, Ronnie Krauss, Jill Gluckson and Kathy Kinsner, producers PBS
Marsalis On Music Peter Gelb and Pat Jaffe, executive producers; Laura Mitgang and Daniel Anker, producers
Nick News Special Edition — Clearing the Air: Kids Talk to the President About Smoking Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Mark Lyons and Chichi Pierce, supervising producers; Murr LeBay, coordinating producer; Bob Brienza, producer Nickelodeon
1997
(49th)[33]
How Do You Spell God? Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Carole Rosen, senior producer; Ellen Goosenberg Ken and Amy Schatz, producers HBO
About Us: The Dignity of Children Fred Berner, Debra Reynolds and Jeffrey D. Jacobs, executive producers; Tracy A. Mitchell, supervising producer; Lesley Karsten, producer; Elaine Frontain Bryant, associate producer ABC
It Just Takes One Bonnie Hammer, executive producer; Ellen Weissbrod, producer; Lorna Thomas, co-producer USA
Smoke Alarm: The Unfiltered Truth About Cigarettes Joyce H. Newman and Sheila Nevins, executive producers; Carole Rosen, senior producer; Lila Corn, coordinating producer; Gabriella Messina, line producer; John Hoffman, producer HBO
The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss Brian Henson, David Steven Cohen and Michael K. Frith, executive producers; Lou Berger, supervising producer; Jonathan Meath and Lauren Gray, producers; David Gumpel, co-producer Nickelodeon
1998
(50th)[34]
Muppets Tonight Brian Henson and Dick Blasucci, executive producers; Paul Flaherty and Kirk R. Thatcher, supervising producers; Patric M. Verrone, Martin G. Baker and Chris Plourde, producers; Bernie Keating and Jim Lewis, co-producers Disney Channel
Nick News Special Edition: What Are You Staring At? Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Mark Lyons, senior producer; Anne-Marie Cunniffe, producer Nickelodeon
Absent Minded Inventions and the Search for Flubber with Bill Nye the Science Guy James McKenna and Erren Gottlieb, executive producers; Michele Bornheim, supervising producer; Jamie Hammond, coordinating producer ABC
Nick News Special Edition — Divorce: Caught in the Middle Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Mark Lyons, senior producer; Anne-Marie Cunniffe, producer Nickelodeon
The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss Brian Henson, David Steven Cohen and Michael K. Frith, executive producers; Lou Berger, supervising producer; Bob Stein and Lauren Gray, producers; David Gumpel, co-producer; Will Ryan, consulting producer
1999
(51st)[35]
The Truth About Drinking: The Teen Files Arnold Shapiro, executive producer; Allison Grodner, supervising producer; Michael Rabb, producer Syndicated
Nick News Special Edition: The Clinton Crisis Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, senior producer; Anne-Marie Cunniffe, producer Nickelodeon
Rosie O'Donnell's Kids Are Punny Rosie O'Donnell and Sheila Nevins, executive producers; Carole Rosen, senior producer; Diane Kolyer, line producer; Amy Schatz, producer HBO
Rugrats Gábor Csupó and Arlene Klasky, executive producers; Eryk Casemiro and Margot Pipkin, coordinating producers; Paul Demeyer, creative producer; Cella Nichols Harris, producer Nickelodeon
A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving Walt Disney Television Animation ABC

2000s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
2000
(52nd)[36]
The Color of Friendship Alan Sacks, executive producer; Kevin Hooks and Christopher Morgan, producers Disney Channel
Goodnight Moon and Other Sleepytime Tales Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Carole Rosen, supervising producer; Amy Schatz, producer HBO
Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra in Concert Gary Smith and Dwight Hemion, executive producers; Gail Purse, producer Disney Channel
Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years Lee Mendelson, executive producer; Walter C. Miller, producer CBS
Rugrats Gábor Csupó and Arlene Klasky, executive producers; Eryk Casemiro, supervising producer; Jim Duffy, Cella Nichols Harris and Susan Ward, producers Nickelodeon
2001
(53rd)[37]
The Teen Files: Surviving High School Arnold Shapiro, executive producer; Allison Grodner, supervising producer/writer/director; Karen Duzy, producer UPN
King Gimp Sheila Nevins and Nancy Walzog, executive producers; Lisa Heller, supervising producer; Susan Hadary and William Whiteford, producers HBO
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, produced by Nickelodeon
Peter Pan Starring Cathy Rigby Tom McCoy, Kris Slava and David Walmsley, executive producers; Marc Bauman, producer A&E
Rugrats Gábor Csupó and Arlene Klasky, executive producers; Eryk Casemiro, co-executive producer; Jim Duffy and Cella Nichols Harris, supervising producers; Kate Boutilier, producer; Pernelle Hayes and Susan Ward, produced by Nickelodeon
2002
(54th)[38]
Nick News Special Edition — Faces of Hope: The Kids of Afghanistan Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Josh Veselka, producer; Mark Lyons, produced by Nickelodeon
The Making of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" Lee Mendelson, executive producer; Jacob Mendelson, producer ABC
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, produced by Nickelodeon
Rugrats Gábor Csupó and Arlene Klasky, executive producers; Eryk Casemiro, co-executive producer; Jim Duffy and Cella Nichols Harris, supervising producers; Kate Boutilier, producer; Pernelle Hayes and Susan Ward, produced by
SpongeBob SquarePants Stephen Hillenburg, executive producer
2003
(55th)[39]
Through a Child's Eyes: September 11, 2001 Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Dolores Morris, supervising producer; Lynn Sadofsky and Amy Schatz, producers HBO
Kermit's Swamp Years Jim Lewis and Michael R. Polis, executive producers; Ritamarie Peruggi, producer Starz
Lizzie McGuire Susan Estelle Jansen and Stan Rogow, executive producers; Tim Maile and Douglas Tuber, co-executive producers; Melissa Gould, supervising producer; Jill Danton, producer Disney Channel
Nick News Special Edition — The Iraq Question: American Kids Talk About War Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, produced by Nickelodeon
Nick News Special Edition: My Family Is Different Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, produced by
2004
(56th)[40]
Happy to Be Nappy and Other Stories of Me Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Dolores Morris, supervising producer; Ellen Goosenberg Kent and Diane Kolyer, producers HBO
Lizzie McGuire Susan Estelle Jansen and Stan Rogow, executive producers; Tim Maile and Douglas Tuber, co-executive producers; Melissa Gould, supervising producer; Jill Danton, producer Disney Channel
Nick News Special Edition — Courage to Live: Kids, South Africa and AIDS Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Josh Veselka, producer; Mark Lyons, produced by Nickelodeon
Nick News Special Edition — There's No Place Like Home: Homeless Kids in America Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Josh Veselka, producer; Mark Lyons, produced by
Sesame Street Presents "The Street We Live On" Dr. Lewis Bernstein, executive producer; Kevin Clash, co-executive producer; Tim Carter, Melissa Dino, Karen Ialacci and Carol-Lynn Parente, producers PBS
2005
(57th)[41]
Classical Baby Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Dolores Morris, supervising producer; Sabina Barach, Gina B. Legnani, Beth Levison, Elissa W. Patterson, Amy Schatz and Elisabeth K. Wolfe, producers HBO
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: Never Again? From the Holocaust to the Sudan Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons and Martin Toub, produced by Nickelodeon
Pride Simon Curtis, Delia Fine and Laura Mackie, executive producers; Emilio Nunez, supervising producer, John Downer and Christopher Hall, produced by A&E
That's So Raven David Brookwell, Sean McNamara, Marc Warren and Dennis Rinsler, executive producers; Dava Savel, co-executive producer; Michael Carrington, supervising producer; Sarah Jane Cunningham and Suzie V. Freeman, producers; Patty Gary-Cox, produced by Disney Channel
Zoey 101 Jan Korbelin and Dan Schneider, executive producers; Bill O'Dowd, producer Nickelodeon
2006
(58th)[42]
High School Musical Bill Borden and Barry Rosenbush, executive producers; Don Schain, produced by Disney Channel
I Have Tourette's but Tourette's Doesn't Have Me Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Dolores Morris, supervising producer; Ellen Goosenberg Kent, producer HBO
Classical Baby 2 Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Dolores Morris, supervising producer; Sabina Barach, Beth Levison and Amy Schatz, producers HBO
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: Do Something! Caring for the Kids of Katrina Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Christine Bachas, Holden Kepecs, Mark Lyons, Kara Pothier, Martin Toub and Joshua Veselka, producers Nickelodeon
2007
(59th)[43]
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee — Private Worlds: Kids and Autism Rolfe Tessem, executive producer; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Martin Toub and Kara Pothier, produced by Nickelodeon
Hannah Montana Michael Poryes and Steven Peterman, executive producers; Sally Lapiduss and Douglas Lieblein, co-executive producers; Richard G. King, produced by Disney Channel
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Danny Kallis, Irene Dreayer and Pamela Eells O'Connell, executive producers; Jim Geoghan, co-executive producer; Walter Barnett, produced by
That's So Raven Marc Warren and Dennis Rinsler, executive producers; Patty Gary-Cox and Michael Carrington, co-executive producers; Michael Feldman, supervising producer
When Parents Are Deployed Christina Delfico, executive producer; Joseph Pipher, producer PBS
2008
(60th)[44]
Classical Baby (I'm Grown Up Now): The Poetry Show Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Dolores Morris, supervising producer; Amy Schatz, produced by; Beth Aala, producer HBO
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: The Untouchable Kids of India Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Josh Veselka, produced by Nickelodeon
Hannah Montana Michael Poryes and Steven Peterman, executive producers; Richard G. King, Sally Lapiduss and Andrew Green, co-executive producers Disney Channel
High School Musical 2 Bill Borden and Barry Rosenbush, executive producers; Don Schain, produced by
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Danny Kallis, Irene Dreayer, Pamela Eells O'Connell and Jim Geoghan, executive producers; Walter Barnett, co-executive producer
2009
(61st)[45]
Wizards of Waverly Place Peter Murrieta, Todd J. Greenwald, Vince Cheung and Ben Montanio, executive producers; Matt Goldman, co-executive producer; Greg A. Hampson, produced by Disney Channel
Hannah Montana Michael Poryes and Steven Peterman, executive producers; Douglas Lieblein and Andrew Green, co-executive producers; Richard G. King, produced by Disney Channel
iCarly Dan Schneider, executive producer; Robin Weiner, supervising producer; Joe Catania, producer; Bruce Rand Berman, produced by Nickelodeon
2009
(61st)
Nonfiction[46]
Grandpa, Do You Know Who I Am? with Maria Shriver Sheila Nevins and Maria Shriver, executive producers; Veronica Brady, supervising producer; John Hoffman, series producer; Eamon Harrington and John Watkin, produced by HBO
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee — Coming Home: When Parents Return from War Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Martin Toub, produced by Nickelodeon

2010s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
2010
(62nd)
[47]
Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie Peter Murrieta, executive producer; Kevin Lafferty, produced by Disney Channel
Hannah Montana Michael Poryes and Steven Peterman, executive producers; Douglas Lieblein and Andrew Green, co-executive producers; Richard G. King, produced by Disney Channel
iCarly Dan Schneider, executive producer; Robin Weiner, supervising producer; Joe Catania, producer; Bruce Rand Berman, produced by Nickelodeon
Jonas Michael Curtis and Roger S. H. Schulman, executive producers; Ivan Menchell, co-executive producer; Greg A. Hampson, producer Disney Channel
Wizards of Waverly Place Peter Murrieta, Todd J. Greenwald, Vince Cheung and Ben Montanio, executive producers; Perry Rein and Gigi McCreery, co-executive producers; Greg A. Hampson, produced by
2010
(62nd)
Nonfiction
[48]
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee — The Face of Courage: Kids Living with Cancer Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Martin Toub, produced by Nickelodeon
When Families Grieve Christina Delfico, Lisa Lax, Nancy Stern, Rob Burnett and David Letterman, executive producers; Andrew Ames, supervising producer; Kevin Clash, producer PBS
2011
(63rd)
[49]
A Child's Garden of Poetry Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Jacqueline Glover, supervising producer; Amy Schatz, produced by; Beth Aala and Beth Levison, producers HBO
Degrassi Linda Schuyler, Stephen Stohn and Brendon Yorke, executive producers; Stephanie Williams, supervising producer; Stefan Brogren and David Lowe, producers Nickelodeon
iCarly Dan Schneider, executive producer; Robin Weiner and George Doty IV, supervising producers; Joe Catania, producer; Bruce Rand Berman, produced by
Victorious Dan Schneider, executive producer; Robin Weiner, supervising producer; Bruce Rand Berman and Joe Catania, producers
Wizards of Waverly Place Todd J. Greenwald, Vince Cheung and Ben Montanio, executive producers; Perry Rein and Gigi McCreery, co-executive producers; Richard Goodman, supervising producer; Greg A. Hampson, producer Disney Channel
2011
(63rd)
Nonfiction
[50]
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee — Under the Influence: Kids of Alcoholics Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Martin Toub, produced by Nickelodeon
A YoungArts Masterclass Lin Arison, executive producer; Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon, produced by HBO
2012
(64th)
[51]
Wizards of Waverly Place Todd J. Greenwald, Vince Cheung and Ben Montanio, executive producers; Perry Rein and Gigi McCreery, co-executive producers; Richard Goodman, supervising producer; Greg A. Hampson, producer Disney Channel
Degrassi Linda Schuyler, Stephen Stohn and Brendon Yorke, executive producers; Sarah Glinski, co-executive producer; Stephanie Williams, supervising producer; Stefan Brogren, series producer; David Lowe, producer Nickelodeon
Good Luck Charlie Dan Staley, Drew Vaupen and Phil Baker, executive producers; Christopher Vane, Erika Kaestle and Patrick McCarthy, co-executive producers; Pixie Wespiser, produced by Disney Channel
iCarly Dan Schneider, executive producer; Robin Weiner, co-executive producer; Joe Catania, supervising producer; Jake Farrow and Matt Fleckenstein, producers; Bruce Rand Berman, produced by Nickelodeon
Victorious Dan Schneider, executive producer; Warren Bell and Robin Weiner, co-executive producers; Joe Catania, supervising producer; Bruce Rand Berman and Matt Fleckenstein, producers
2012
(64th)
Nonfiction
[52]
Sesame Street: Growing Hope Against Hunger Carol-Lynn Parente, executive producer; Melissa Dino, supervising producer; Mason Rather, senior producer; Kevin Clash, producer PBS
It Gets Better Christy Spitzer, Shannon Fitzgerald, John Ferriter, Brian Pines, Dan Savage, Ted Skillman and Belisa Balaban, executive producers MTV
The Weight of the Nation for Kids: The Great Cafeteria Takeover Sheila Nevins and John Hoffman, executive producers; Shari Cookson and Nick Doob, produced by HBO
2013
(65th)
[53]
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee — Forgotten But Not Gone: Kids, HIV & AIDS Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Martin Toub and Wendy Lobel, produced by Nickelodeon
Good Luck Charlie Dan Staley, Drew Vaupen and Phil Baker, executive producers; Christopher Vane, Erika Kaestle, Patrick McCarthy and Jim Gerkin, co-executive producers; Pixie Wespiser, produced by Disney Channel
iCarly Dan Schneider, executive producer; Robin Weiner, co-executive producer; Joe Catania, supervising producer; Jake Farrow, producer; Bruce Rand Berman, produced by Nickelodeon
The Weight of the Nation for Kids: Quiz Ed! Sheila Nevins and John Hoffman, executive producers; Shari Cookson and Nick Doob, produced by HBO
A YoungArts Masterclass Sheila Nevins and Lin Arison, executive producers; Jacqueline Glover, supervising producer; Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon, produced by
2014
(66th)
[54]
One Last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp Sheila Nevins, executive producer; Sara Bernstein, supervising producer; Greg DeHart and Paul Freedman, produced by HBO
Degrassi Linda Schuyler, Stephen Stohn and Sarah Glinski, executive producers; Matt Huether, co-executive producer; Stephanie Williams, supervising producer; Stefan Brogren and David Lowe, producers Nickelodeon
Dog with a Blog Michael B. Kaplan, executive producer; Jim Hope, co-executive producer; Leo Clarke, produced by Disney Channel
Good Luck Charlie Dan Staley, Drew Vaupen and Phil Baker, executive producers; Christopher Vane, Erika Kaestle, Patrick McCarthy and Jim Gerkin, co-executive producers; Pixie Wespiser, produced by
Wynton Marsalis — A YoungArts Masterclass Sheila Nevins and Lin Arison, executive producers; Jacqueline Glover, supervising producer; Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon, produced by HBO
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee — Family Secrets: When Violence Hits Home Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Martin Toub, produced by Nickelodeon
2015
(67th)
[55]
Alan Alda and the Actor Within You: A YoungArts Masterclass Sheila Nevins and Lin Arison, executive producers; Jacqueline Glover, supervising producer; Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon, produced by HBO
Degrassi Linda Schuyler, Stephen Stohn and Sarah Glinski, executive producers; Matt Huether, co-executive producer; Stephanie Williams, supervising producer; Stefan Brogren and David Lowe, producers Nickelodeon
Dog with a Blog Michael B. Kaplan, executive producer; Jim Hope, co-executive producer; Jessica Kaminsky, supervising producer; Leo Clarke, produced by Disney Channel
Girl Meets World Michael Jacobs, executive producer; Frank Pace, Matthew Nelson, Mark Blutman and Jeff Menell, co-executive producers
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: Coming Out Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, producer; Martin Toub, produced by Nickelodeon
2016
(68th)
[56]
It's Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown! Lee Mendelson, Jason Mendelson and Paul Miller, executive producers ABC
Dog with a Blog Michael B. Kaplan, executive producer; Jim Hope, co-executive producer; Jessica Kaminsky, supervising producer; Leo Clarke, produced by Disney Channel
Girl Meets World Michael Jacobs, executive producer; Frank Pace, Matthew Nelson, Mark Blutman and Jeff Menell, co-executive producers; Randi Barnes, producer
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: Hello, I Must Be Going! 25 Years of Nick News with Linda Ellerbee Linda Ellerbee and Rolfe Tessem, executive producers; Wally Berger, supervising producer; Mark Lyons, senior producer; Martin Toub and Wendy Lobel, producers; Josh Veselka, produced by Nickelodeon
School of Rock Jim Armogida, Steve Armogida and Jay Kogen, executive producers; Eric Friedman, Perry Rein and Gigi McCreery, co-executive producers; Dionne Kirschner, producer
2017
(69th)
[57]
Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas Brown Johnson, executive producer; Ken Scarborough, co-executive producer; Benjamin Lehmann, supervising producer; Karyn Leibovich, Stephanie Longard and Mindy Fila, producers HBO
Girl Meets World Michael Jacobs, executive producer; Frank Pace, Matthew Nelson, Mark Blutman and Jeff Menell, co-executive producers Disney Channel
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 90th Celebration Brad Lachman, executive producer; Bill Bracken, co-executive producer; Matt Lachman, producer NBC
School of Rock Jim Armogida, Steve Armogida, Jay Kogen, Scott Rudin, Eli Bush and Richard Linklater, executive producers; Steve Skrovan, Sarah Jane Cunningham and Suzie V. Freeman, co-executive producers; Harry Hannigan, producer; Chris Arrington, produced by Nickelodeon
Star Wars Rebels Simon Kinberg and Dave Filoni, executive producers; Henry Gilroy, co-executive producer; Kiri Hart, Carrie Beck and Athena Yvette Portillo, producers Disney XD

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g As a juried award, nominees had to garner 50% approval to win the award. None of the nominees met the benchmark and no award was given.

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